Houston is the 4th largest city in the nation, but when the 4th of July rolls around, it has the same small town charms as its Texas neighbors.
There will be a plethora of events that will charm many in the Bayou City and its surroundings, from fireworks to nighttime gatherings. There will also be a lot of concerts and shows planned around this time, and for those in search of that perfect event to help celebrate Uncle Sam’s birthday, check out these great concerts and events.
Houston’s sports scene is hotter than an August day. With the Astros going for their second straight World Series championship, the Rockets looking like title contenders, and the Texans on the rise, there is nothing stopping Houston’s pro sports teams from competing. One can’t forget about the Dynamo, Houston’s MLS team that came within one game of competing for the MLS Cup. The Dynamo once again has a good team, and they’ll be in action when the upstart LA Football club visit the Bayou City.
There are few singers out there who can make such a beautiful impact with their talent quite like Sam Smith can. When he sings, it’s like the heavens open up and let the sun beam down on all those who listen. Smith is a powerful singer and one of biggest stars in modern-day pop music. He has earned that title, one that no one can take from him anytime soon.
The Vans Warped Tour is a sure sign that summer has finally arrived. The tour, which turns 23 this year, has dedicated their latest run to celebrate their past. The Vans Warped Tour has a lot to celebrate, as this one-time novelty rock festival has become more than a tour, but a cultural phenomenon.
Nothing screams summertime like a good block party. This particular block party won’t be held on a Houston street corner, but instead within the renowned Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. The Majic 102.1 Summer Block Party will bring some astounding R&B acts to the Houston area, such as Fantasia and NE-YO.